Digital Blue Disney PIX Max Digital Camera
Make your very own Movie, where you can be a star! Shoot anywhere and then edit full length movies on your PC. Software lets you change scenes, add animation, create stop-motion movies, add music, sound effects, and even titles. The camera stores video and audio away from computer, or shoots indefinitely when attached to a computer. The camera even includes a SD memory card slot so you can add extra memory for longer recordings. Comes complete with 1.5 TFT LCD screen improving your filming, edit... Read more
Brand: Digital Blue
Part Numbers: 000512, 619
UPC: 0851244000512, 851244000512
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Digital Blue Disney PIX Max Digital Camera, size: 2.0 MB
Digital Blue Disney PIX Max Digital Camera
User reviews and opinions
|calderson||12:56pm on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|Pirates of the "Scaribean" camera Gave this camera to my 4 yo grandson for christmas and he loves it! Huge disappointment As if you need yet another poor review to tell you to save your money and NOT buy this camera.|
|rwallacej||3:42am on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|Ok camera for 6 year, could be better. I bought this camera for Christmas for my 6 year old soon instead of the fisher price kids digital camera.|
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Installing the Software
Zoom Buttons Viewscreen Navigation Pad
It is important to install the Pix software that came with your Disney Pix Max before you connect the camera to your computer.
To install the Pix software to your computer:
Insert the Pix CD-ROM into your computers CD/DVD-ROM drive. T he program should automatically begin. If it doesnt, select My Computer from the Desktop and then double-click on the CD Drive. If the application still doesnt start, open the Setup folder on the CD and double-click on setup.exe. 3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
1. 2. Note: If
the camera is connected to the computer before software is installed, you will receive an error message.
Charging Your Camera
Your new Pix Max camera uses a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery. Before you use the camera for the first time, check to see if the battery is pre-charged. If so, use the camera until the battery runs out, and then fully charge the battery. Be sure to charge the camera for 3 hours.
To charge your camera:
Zoom buttons - Use the Zoom buttons to make images larger or smaller. Your camera has a 4x digital zoom. Speaker - Allows you to listen to narration when you use the cameras special features. Navigation Pad - The Navigation Pad controls many of the cameras functions. The OK button is located in the middle of the pad. Viewscreen - Center your subject in the Viewscreen. The Viewscreen will also tell you important information, such as how much battery life is left and how many pictures you have taken. Menu Button - Access your cameras settings. Playback Button -Press to review photos that you have taken.
SD Card Slot Door Open
Connect the Pix Max to your computer using the included USB cable. When the battery shows full, disconnect your camera; youre ready to take lots of great pictures!
Powering Up the Camera
To turn on the camera, be sure the camera has been fully charged. Press the power button.
Capture button Flash
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USB Port - The USB Port is located inside a door on the bottom of the Pix Max. Attach the small end of the provided USB cord to your video camera. TV Out - Use the TV Out Cable that came with your video camera to share your photos on TV. TV Out is located inside the door on the bottom of the camera.
Lens Tripod Connector
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SD Card Slot - The SD Card Slot is located below the USB Port and TV Out.
Lens - Make sure to keep your hands away from the lens while taking snapshots. Keep the lens clean so that your images are clear! Capture button -Use the Capture button to take pictures. Strap Holder - Attach the wrist strap to the strap holder. Tripod Connector - Attach any standard tripod for hands-free photography. Flash - Use the Flash when you are indoors or in low-light situations.
PhotoFriends Button Story Creator Button
Camera Modes 5.0
General Photography - When you first turn on the camera, it is ready to take photos. PhotoFriends - Press the left ear button to take pictures of your friends and family with Disney characters and cool props! _ + Playback - Press the Playback button to review photos you have taken. Story Creator - Press the right ear button to access Story Creator. Use this feature with a Story Creator Pack to create a personalized story.
1. Use the Viewscreen to locate the subject of the photo and hold the camera steady. 2. Use the Zoom button to change the perspective of your photo. 3. Press the Capture button located on top of the camera. You will know the picture
Left Ear Button - Access Disney PhotoFriends Right Ear Button - Access Disney Pix Story Creator
was taken when you hear the snapshot sound. 4. he counter on the display will decrease to show how many more photos you can T take. When the camera memory is full, the camera will beep several times. It will. also show the Memory Full icon,
Battery Indicator Icon SD Memory Card Icon Timer Icon Zoom Level Icon
Viewing Story Creator Photos
After you have taken photos from the storyboard, you can view them on your camera.
To view photos taken in Story Creator mode: 1. Press the Story Creator button 2. Press until you come to the scene you want to review. 3. Choose Review Photo.
Note: If you partially depress the capture button, the LCD screen will clear and only display the framing aid.
Zoom Level Icon - Shows the level of zoom you are using, from 1x to 4x. Flash Icon -Shows when the flash is charging. You will be unable to take any pictures until the icon disappears. SD Memory Card Icon - The SD Card icon will display when you have inserted an SD card. If you have inserted a locked SD card, the indicator will show red. Unlocked = Locked = Battery Indicator Icon The battery indicator shows four stages Full = OK = Low = Need to Recharge = Timer Icon Shows when you are using the timer feature. Counter Shows how many more photos you are able to take. Save Indicator When you are saving a Snapshot, the Save Indicator will show in
the middle of the screen,.
Using Playback Mode
View the snapshots you have taken immediately using Playback Mode.
Viewing photos in Playback mode 1. Press the Playback button. 2. The screen will display a full-screen view of the last photo you took. 3. Use the and buttons to browse through the available images. 4. f you want to zoom in to see a snapshot better, press forward on the zoom I
button. When youre zoomed in, you can use the arrow keys to move up, down, left, or right in the image. 5. To return to the original view, press the OK button.
Deleting Images from the Camera
Deleting images from the camera removes the files from the camera memory. Once an image or video is deleted, it cannot be retrieved. To delete a snapshot from your camera: button while browsing photos in Playback Mode. 1. ress the P 2. You will be asked if you really want to delete the image. or button to highlight yes or no. 3. Use the 4. Press the OK button to confirm your choice. Note: If you accidentally press the button, but you dont tell the camera whether or not you want to delete the item, the item will not be deleted. The camera will default to No after 5 seconds. To delete all images on the video camera: 1. Press and hold the button for 3 seconds. 2. You will be asked if you want to delete all the files on the camera. button to highlight Yes or No. 3. Use the or 4. Press the OK button to confirm your choice. To delete the last photo taken 1. Press the button 2. Press OK to confirm your choice.
Framing Aid Helps to center your subject in the viewfinder. Button Help Displays along the bottom of the Viewscreen and shows what buttons
to use to navigate to the next menu item, change a value, or confirm your choice.
Using Storyboards on the Camera
Your camera comes loaded with a storyboard so you can begin telling your own Disney story right out of the box!
Choosing a Photo to Take Using Disney Story Creator 1. Press the Story Creator button. 2. The Selection screen will show. Use
and to see the next or previous photo in the storyboard. 3. Press the OK button to see options for the selected scene.
ear Narration Listen to the audio that goes with the scene you are going to film. H Take Photo Select this menu option when you are ready to take the photo. eview Photo When you have taken a photo, select this option to see your work. R Note: In order to select an option, use the
and then press the OK button.
button to highlight the item
Need Additional Help?
To launch the product Help File: Click Start > Programs > Disney > Disney Pix 2.3 > Disney Pix 2.3 Help For additional product support visit our website at: www.DigiBlue.com and select Customer Service. If you are still having problems with this product please contact Customer Support at 888-800-0502. Monday - Friday, 9a.m.- 6p.m. (CST) This Class x digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Taking Photos in Story Creator Mode
To take a photo in Story Creator Mode:
Story Creator will guide you every step of the way. Listen to the narration before you begin to take photos for the best results!
1. Press the Story Creator button. 2. Listen to the narration for the photo youd like to take. 3. rom the Options screen, choose Take This Photo. The camera will go into Live F
Preview. 4. Align your subject with the guides shown on the Viewscreen. 5. When you are ready, press the Capture button.
Note: To take a photo of yourself, use the self-timer feature.
FCC DECLARATION This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shield cable must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with class B FCC limits.
Make your very own Movie, where you can be a star! Shoot anywhere and then edit full length movies on your PC. Software lets you change scenes, add animation, create stop-motion movies, add music, sound effects, and even titles. The camera stores video and audio away from computer, or shoots indefinitely when attached to a computer. The camera even includes a SD memory card slot so you can add extra memory for longer recordings. Comes complete with 1.5 TFT LCD screen improving your filming, editing and reviewing capabilities. The Movie Creator 3 can be connected to a TV so you can watch your recordings.
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